Falafel (vegan). Falafel is a Middle Eastern dish made from chickpeas and/or fava beans. Traditionally, it is deep fried to yield a crispy texture and often served in a pita. Since I eat falafel so often at restaurants, I wanted a recipe I could make at home and really enjoy.
But the falafels themselves are vegan. How To Make Vegan Falafel This is an easy vegan falafel using dried garbanzo beans and ingredients you already have in your cupboard. No eggs or bread crumbs either as filler–just tasty falafel! You can cook Falafel (vegan) using 10 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Falafel (vegan)
- It’s 250 g of Kichererbsen aus der Dose.
- You need 1 of Zwiebel.
- Prepare 3 of Knoblauchzehen.
- Prepare 18 EL of Mehl.
- Prepare 3 EL of Petersilie.
- You need 1 TL of Kreuzkümmel (gehäuft).
- It’s 1 TL of Koriander (gehäuft).
- It’s 1/2 TL of Kurkuma.
- Prepare of Salz und Pfeffer.
- It’s 1 TL of Natron.
Serve with tzatziki and typical falafel fare such as lettuce, tomato, and cucumber. It's not much more work than using canned beans, but the taste is phenomenal and authentic. Can these vegan falafel balls be baked instead of fried? This process just takes a little longer, but if you're trying to avoid using oil, this is the perfect alternative..
Falafel (vegan) step by step
- Alle Zutaten in einem Mixer verschmischen..
- Dattelgroße Kugeln daraus formen..
- Auf einem Backblech auslegen und 20-25 Minuten bei 220°C (Ober- Unter Hitze) bzw. 200°C Umluft backen..
Falafel – typically – does not contain any meat, dairy, or other animal products, which means falafel is vegan. However, sometimes it can contain dairy, especially if it is from a prepackaged dry mix. Falafel is a deep-fried ball or patty traditionally made from a mix of ground chickpeas (and/or broad beans), fresh herbs, spices, onion, and garlic. Originating in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, it has become a popular fast-food option across the globe. Even before going vegan, I was in love with falafel.